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The Democracy and Elections Centre

The Democracy and Elections Centre is a research group of political scientists specialising in the empirical study of democracy and elections, based in the Department of Politics and International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London.

The Centre is home to a vibrant research community, studying and analysing democracy and elections in different parts of the world, including the UK, Europe, and the USA. The Centre offers a taught Masters in Elections, Campaigns and Democracy and PhD supervision.

The Centre is also home to the journal Electoral Studies, which is edited by Oliver Heath and Kaat Smets.

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If you have any questions or would like to be involved, please email Professor Oliver Heath

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Survation and Royal Holloway announce three year partnership

Survation and Royal Holloway announce three year partnership

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Survation and the Department of Politics and International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London, today announced a three-year partnership to improve methods for gauging public opinion.
Date:
Friday 23rd February 2018
How Theresa May fumbled her cabinet reshuffle

How Theresa May fumbled her cabinet reshuffle

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Nicholas Allen writes for the Conversation on Theresa May's cabinet reshuffle.
Date:
Tuesday 30th January 2018
Youthquake declared 'word of the year'

Youthquake declared 'word of the year'

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Oxford Dictionaries has announced "youthquake" as 2017's word of the year. Dr James Sloam and Rakib Ehsan from the Department of Politics and International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London, recently used it to describe the 2017 election results in their report Youth Quake: Young people and the 2017 General Election which was published earlier this year.
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Tuesday 19th December 2017
 
 
 

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